David Hockney: Perspective Should be Reversed, Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation reflects Hockney’s exploration of visual perception, through historical modes of representation, technology, and multiples (printmaking). Hockney’s innovative and whimsical approaches to perspective offer viewers a lens to deeply engage in an ever-changing world and think about new ways of seeing.
Drawn from the collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, Perspective Should be Reversed is a major exhibition surveying the groundbreaking prints of acclaimed British artist David Hockney (b. 1937). These selections reflect Hockney’s career-long exploration into new ways of thinking about art, perception, and the visual world, and offers viewers a thoughtful new look at one of the most influential and popular artists of the past several decades. With over 140 colorful prints, collages, photographic, and iPad drawings in a variety of media and dimensions from over six decades of the artist’s production (1954–2022), this is the largest North American retrospective exhibition of David Hockney's career in print.